Asclepiadaceae


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Related to Asclepiadaceae: Asclepias curassavica
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Citada para el Peru por Valencia & Cardenas (1973), Grados & Ortiz (2004) y Delfino (2005) en varias especies de poaceas y Asclepias curassavica de la familia Asclepiadaceae.
Phytochemical screening of selected medicinal plants of asclepiadaceae family.
Adults were collected on carrion as well as on flowers of Anacardiaceae, Apiaceae, Araliaceae, Arecaceae, Asclepiadaceae, Asteraceae, Resedaceae, and Tamaricaceae.
Poaceae Clark Makino Floyd Asclepias viridis Walter (SE) Asclepiadaceae Clark Azolla caroliniana Willd.
Los glucosidos cardiotonicos se encuentran en varios generos pertenecientes a las familias Apocynaceae, Asclepiadaceae, Celastraceae, Brassicaceae, Scrophulariaceae y Ranunculaceae, entre otras (11).
f AY095468 Eudicots Asclepiadaceae Asclepias viridis Walt.
A total of 37 caterpillars and 27 samples of food plants representing 16 Lepidoptera species from five insect families (Nymphaliidae, Hesperiidae, Arctiidae, Sphingidae and Notodontidae) and 15 species of food plants from 10 plant families (Simaroubaceae, Asclepiadaceae, Malphigiaceae, Fabaceae, Myrtaceae, Rubiaceae, Poaceae, Melastomataceae, Clusiaceae and Araliacea) were collected (Table 1).
balansae was examined in March and April 2002, a period of high spider density, by the following three methods: 1) Direct observation; searching for spiders, silk shelters and abandoned eggsacs on 590 non-bromeliad plants belonging to the families Asteraceae, Fabaceae, Solanaceae, Asclepiadaceae, Lauraceae and several grasses.
Family Name (Latin and Common): Asclepiadaceae, the Milkweed family
Monarchs lay their eggs exclusively on plants in the milkweed family, Asclepiadaceae, usually on the underside of a leaf," says Buhler.
It is its caterpillar that accumulates these active substances, feeding directly from Asclepiadaceae as well as Apocynaceae.
Calotropis procera is commonly known as "milk weed" which belongs to family Asclepiadaceae and is consisted of 280 genera and 2000 species.